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How Healthy Are Your Boundaries?

Writers want and need healthy boundaries. We won’t ever have perfect boundaries, but we can have healthy boundaries. There are basically four kinds of boundaries: healthy boundaries damaged boundaries collapsed boundaries walled boundaries Let’s compare these kinds of boundaries to … Continue reading

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4 Essential Types of Personal Boundaries

Is carving out time to write a perpetual problem for you? If so, there’s a good chance that it has something to do with the boundary busters in your life. Writers tend to be more sensitive creative types. That makes … Continue reading

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Warning: Stop Shifting and Drifting

Have you ever noticed that we never drift in good directions? If you want to accomplish anything, it has to be by choice. “Drift” is our default setting when we allow outside distractions to capture our attention. Have you drifted away … Continue reading

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Self-Care Secrets to Creating More Time

Do you feel as if you’re forever running to catch up and keep up? Is finding any time at all to write a challenge for you? Over my thirty years of writing, that has been an ongoing challenge. Often the problem was … Continue reading

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Boundaries Are My Friends!

I returned last night from an exhausting and EXHILARATING writer’s conference in Dallas. One session I attended was called “Live Free. Write Free.” I came away from that session knowing what I had to do. Respecting Property Lines You can … Continue reading

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